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“World-Class Meissen Porcelain Collection”
22 Aug 2018
“Baroque ceiling frescoes”
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Lustheim 1, 85764, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Established in 1971 as a branch of the Bavarian National Museum, the Hunting Lodge at Lustheim houses the extraordinary Meissen Porcelain Collection of Dr. Ing. Ernst Schneider, a German industrialist. Enormous, encyclopedic in range and of the highest quality, the collection will be a revelation...More

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Reviewed 23 August 2018

Maximilian commissioned this palace on his marriage to the Austrian emperor's daughter Maria Antonia. It was damaged during WWII and has now been restored. Today the Ernst Schneider Foundation's collection of Meissen porcelain can be viewed here. It's well worth a visit.

Thank Peach P
Reviewed 14 September 2017

Part of the Schleissheim Palace complex, this former hunting lodge now houses a nice collection of Meissen porcelain. The building itself and its decorations are also worth a look. Parking is available behind the palace(free).

Thank kagatlin
Reviewed 8 November 2016

This small palace is part of the Oberschleissheim complex, renovated in the 1970s from its original purpose (a hunting lodge) as the appropriate place to house the most remarkable collection of Meissen porcelain second only to the one in Dresden. One is struck by the...More

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Reviewed 13 September 2016

This palace is part of the Schleissheim Palace Complex and was built as a romantic hunting lodge and love nest. It has beautiful ceiling frescos and state rooms, but its main attraction is the Meissen Porcelain Collection, which is exquisite. A visit will not disappoint!

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Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Lovely bavarian castle and gardens, with a small canal with a gondola. Hughe property, similar tyle like Nynphenburg Schloss. Quite and romantic

Thank Omaruno
Reviewed 22 February 2016

The main hall of this small Schloss is a very intricate space. Although I always skip any porcelain displays whenever I go around historic houses (I am not into Meissen), it was a very good display that felt very educational. Don't miss the downstairs space....More

Thank WillWAC
Reviewed 11 June 2012

It was a rainy day, and what to do while in Munich? I decided to visit the Lustheim Palace, and was pleasantly surprised: well kept, and in a lovely setting: in the Gardens of the Palace of Schleissheim, and with a fabulous porcelain collection, telling...More

1  Thank Ramesh27
Reviewed 24 May 2012

This palace was down the hill from Schleissheim Palace....nice pictures and views from outside....however the inside houses a rather extensive collection of Meissen porcelain.....the cost of entry was only a couple of euros i think....if porcelain is your thing it would be a must stop.

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